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‘Fear And Clothing’: A Travelogue Of America Through The Clothes We Wear – NPR

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Author Cintra Wilson says she’s a fashion outsider. She calls her book — Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style — a psychological invasion of America’s closets, including her own.

‘Fear And Clothing’: A Travelogue Of America Through The Clothes We Wear – NPR

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Author Cintra Wilson says she’s a fashion outsider. She calls her book — Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style — a psychological invasion of America’s closets, including her own.

‘Fear And Clothing’: A Travelogue Of America Through The Clothes We Wear – NPR

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Author Cintra Wilson says she’s a fashion outsider. She calls her book — Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style — a psychological invasion of America’s closets, including her own.

‘Fear And Clothing’: A Travelogue Of America Through The Clothes We Wear – NPR

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Author Cintra Wilson says she’s a fashion outsider. She calls her book — Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style — a psychological invasion of America’s closets, including her own.

‘Fear And Clothing’: A Travelogue Of America Through The Clothes We Wear – NPR

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Author Cintra Wilson says she’s a fashion outsider. She calls her book — Fear and Clothing: Unbuckling American Style — a psychological invasion of America’s closets, including her own.

£150000 selfies and InstaShows: How Instagram ruled the fashion world in 2015 – Telegraph.co.uk

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Alongside Raf Simons’s departure from Dior and the rise of naked dressing on the red carpet, the power of instagram was one of the most buzzed about topics in the fashion world in 2015. It wasn’t by accident. In July, the social media platform hired Anna Wintour’s former protegee and the youngest glossy magazine editor in the US, Eva Chen, into a new role of Head Of Fashion Partnerships. And…

Odd socks, florals and a fried egg iPhone case: fashion inspired by 2016’s … – The Guardian

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Pick a side in the battle of the period dramas Spotless empire-line dresses or men in grubby band T-shirts? Two big period TV dramas air in January, providing fashion fodder for all. If you’re fond of the kind of skinny scarf habitually draped around the neck of one of Kate Moss’s boyfriends, then 1970s-set, Mick Jagger-produced HBO rock series Vinyl is likely to be your poison. If you like your…

How Black Girl Magic Changed the Fashion Industry in 2015 – TeenVogue.com

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Thus, a “C” grade seems fair: passing, but by a thread. And who should be called into the PTA meeting and be told about the industry’s shortcomings for future scolding and grounding? Well, everyone with power quite honestly: The creative heads at the helms of big brands, the casting agents, the editors, and more. And who will the teachers be? Us, of course — not just writers and journalists, but…

Trump: NH newspaper ‘dying’ after fight with me – The Hill (blog)

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

More in Presidential races Trump calls NH newspaper publisher ‘a real low-life’ Read more »

Dennis Griffiths, a prolific and punctilious newspaper historian – The Guardian

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Dennis Griffiths, one of Fleet Street’s most prolific and, arguably, its most punctilious historian died on Christmas Eve. He had just celebrated his 82nd birthday. He was the author of six lengthy books, including an acclaimed history of the London Evening Standard, where he spent 18 years as its production chief. Renowned for his attention to detail, he was tireless in his determination to rescue newspaper history after falling in…

How Sheldon Adelson’s Successful Right-Wing Israeli Newspaper Could Reshape … – International Business Times

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

LAS VEGAS — Copies of the Las Vegas Review-Journal are prominently displayed at the kiosk by the guest elevators at the Palazzo, part of Sheldon Adelson’s expansive Venetian resort and casino, which is as much of an institution here as the slot machines and stale cigarette smoke surrounding the newspaper stand. But under Adelson’s ownership, the editorial strategy at the century-old newspaper is likely to change — a lot. Adelson, the billionaire CEO of Sands Corp. and a…

Newspaper with a Heart program provides assistance to Mulberry woman who was … – The Ledger

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Sidas now resides in Mulberry. But on that dark, September day, she was at home near Queens, preparing to go to work at New York College of Health Professions, where she taught Asian bodywork and other forms of massage therapy. Within a week of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, Sida answered a call for volunteers. Her skills gave soothing relief to waves of rescue workers finding respite at…

Transient Dies After Getting Stuck in Clothing Donation Bin – ABC News

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Authorities say a 25-year-old transient died after becoming wedged partway inside a clothing donation bin in Southern California. Police in San Bernardino say Victor Augustine Robles apparently was trying to take clothes out of the large metal bin when he became stuck under the drop-down door. Robles was declared dead at the scene Tuesday. The Riverside Press-Enterprise newspaper reported Wednesday ( http://bit.ly/1OsC9yP ) that an autopsy is planned. ——— Information…

Stylepoints: Fashion moments of 2015 – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

The fashion circus somersaulted its way through 2015, its merry-go-round spinning ever faster, its social media feeds ever more elastic, its jaw-dropping acts increasingly … well, jaw-dropping as the year went on. What stood out amid this year’s silk-draped, star-spangled carnival? Let us count the defining moments and memories. Gucci achieved total front-row domination. When Alessandro Michele took the reins at the house the horse-bit loafer built in January, Gucci…

How Sheldon Adelson’s Successful Right-Wing Israeli Newspaper Could Reshape … – International Business Times

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

LAS VEGAS — Copies of the Las Vegas Review-Journal are prominently displayed at the kiosk by the guest elevators at the Palazzo, part of Sheldon Adelson’s expansive Venetian resort and casino, which is as much of an institution here as the slot machines and stale cigarette smoke surrounding the newspaper stand. But under Adelson’s ownership, the editorial strategy at the century-old newspaper is likely to change — a lot. Adelson, the billionaire CEO of Sands Corp. and a…

Highlights and lowlights of journalism innovation in 2015 – Poynter.org

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

by Mario Garcia Published Dec. 29, 2015 9:55 pm Updated Dec. 29, 2015 10:01 pm It’s almost a wrap for 2015, and what a year it was for the media. Here are my notables, plus my two disappointments. Much has happened to advance storytelling. One of the most important, in my view, is that we don’t hear the phrase “digital first” as often as we did in 2014.  It is…

Omelette dresses, male nudity and P45s: the fashion year in review – The Guardian

Wednesday, December 30, 2015

You know you participated in 2015 style if one of the following statements applies to you: you bought something from Zara because it was a bit “new-era Gucci”. You at least considered buying something from Balmain for H&M. You own some Stan Smiths. If not, you really sat out of the fashion trends in 2015, didn’t you? Still, there’s more to the fashion game than actually wearing clothes – such…

Trump attacks publisher of largest New Hampshire newspaper – Fox News

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

NASHUA, N.H. –  New Hampshire’s largest newspaper, the Union Leader, is the latest target of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s attacks against the news media. Its offense? A front-page editorial Monday by publisher Joseph McQuaid declaring, “Trump campaign insults NH voters’ intelligence.” “You have a very dishonest newspaper, it’s also a failing newspaper,” Trump told a New Hampshire crowd Monday before going on a freewheeling tirade against the…